4 questions to ensure 2012 will be your best year yet

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As my last working week of the year draws to a close, I wanted to share a final video in the 2012 planning series to help you get the new year off to a productive, profitable and enjoyable start.

This one has nothing to do with flip charts, spreadsheets or action items, it has to do with clearing the cobwebs out from 2011 so you start the new year with a positive and effective mental state.

Wishing you and your family a wonderful, joyous, healthy and prosperous new year!

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14 Responses to “4 questions to ensure 2012 will be your best year yet”

  1. Jennifer Bailey says:

    The Law & Order comment was about me, right? HOW did you know?! Thanks for the video, Pam. Great as always that you share your wisdom.

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  4. It’s so helpful to take a little time to step back and reflect. Thanks for offering these four questions to help guide my reflection time. Hope everyone has a great 2012!

  5. Laurie Foley says:

    LOVED your series, Pam. I especially loved your reminder to think about what I’m grateful for – you’re high on that list for me! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas.

  6. Pam Belding says:

    I just love this! Thanks for all of your help and guidance. I’m feeling stronger and more willing to ‘push off’ of what I don’t want as I head into 2012! Hit it, Frank!! xoxo

  7. Yeah, this was a really crappy year, as far as health, computer and other issues. But I learned from every one of them and have plans for a great year in 2012! Thanks Pam!

  8. Doris says:

    How cute are you?! Love your smiling eyes above the edge of the paper. 🙂
    I learned ethical selling, am grateful for your newsletter, will stop reading tweets and facebook in bed, and start reading books on writing instead!
    Ha, I’m a poet and didn’t even know it. 😉
    All the best wishes for your 2012, too.

  9. Rachelino says:

    Pam, thank you so much for these four questions. This is such a simple elegant way to frame lessons learned and hopes for the future! I will do this now!

  10. Heidi says:

    I think the question of what I want to *stop* doing is a very powerful one for me… I noticed that my first response to it was that I wanted to stop making so many excuses. Yet, my immediate follow-up thought was that I wanted to stop being so hard on myself! After all, sometimes life just happens, and the reason we didn’t get as much done as we’d hoped was because, well… life happens! 😉

    Thank you for another great video, and continuing to inspire me to celebrate what I HAVE done, and to look forward to the next year as an opportunity to do even more 😀

  11. Fred Schechter says:

    Thanks again Pam. Huge help as usual!
    In 2012, I’ll fly!

  12. I like the Yoda on your chair. Luminous beings…we are. May the force be with you (and all of us) in 2012. Thanks Pam.

  13. I’ve really loved these videos Pam! And the ending to this one was especially wonderful—I could see in your eyes just how much you love what you do! Thanks for these great questions and happy holidays!

  14. Pam, a photo of a swimmer. So cool to see on your site.

    Love your swimming metaphor!

    Happy holidays my friend and thank you for all that you do in the world and for all of your help to me!